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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1912, Image 2

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hard pressed by the police, might
find refuge there.
The police charged into fhi
yard. They did not arrest any o
the pickets, but singled out th
mother, with her babe in In
arms. The children of the strike ar
to be sent from here to Philadel
phia, New York and New Jerse
as was done in the Lawrenci
strike. Over 150 will he sen)
away during the week, unless tin
police interfere.
o o
Boston, July 22. The mem
bers of the fashionable Warrei
avenue Baptist church were ver
shocked yesterday.
The Warren avenue Baptist
church indeed, and the women
who attend it have little else ti
db except play bridge, pet theii
pastor, and give money to save
the heathen.
But their pastor, the Rev. Jos
eph E. Perry, was in a belligerent
mood yesterday, and told them a
few things. He began "by saying
that they themselves were re
sponsible for the spread of Social
ism. "Socialism is not merely ask
ing for bread," he said. "Social
ism pleads that the soul of man
should go free. The reason
brcT(l is o hirrh is because
many people with money spend i
for idle plum-in cs
'- ''' fnlvv4 civilization,
: t r'Vl with its wealth and Cul
j . ', t ' 0 per cent of the peo
i - i m, on the edge of
A. fcxtfr-J-s vHc irf&ttAkw aHH
.Tolcio, July 22 Mikado's con
dition improved slightly this af
ternoon, but on account of his ad
vanced age, physicians hold out
little hope.
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"Every present should be ap
propriate," said an after-dinner
speaker. "We should none of ua
bestow our presents as foolishly
as did the rich widow of Cham
bcrina, who sent 10,000 alarm
clocks to Uganda tovhelp the poor
sufferers from sleeping sickness.'
. ala&rJJIA - JO J

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